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    Quote Originally Posted by kezanazz View Post
    Its because the steam is so hot it opens up the wood to allow the water in

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    Floading floors don't allow water in them. I just re read our installation manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpsonDesert View Post
    I have a Kenwood at home for mopping tiles and an Aldi one at DH's office for mopping the floating floors. Love them both. Actually like the Aldi one better because the head is triangular. Had no problem with using steam on the floating floors at all.
    Does the Aldi one come with other attachments? R the pads easy to replace?

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    Quote Originally Posted by B00ts View Post
    Does the Aldi one come with other attachments? R the pads easy to replace?
    No attachments. It comes with 2 microfibre pads and they are very easy to replace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpsonDesert View Post
    No attachments. It comes with 2 microfibre pads and they are very easy to replace.
    As in they sell them at Aldi or any type fit it?

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    I love my Electrolux steam mop. I used to have a monster and this one is way better. Musts for me was instant hot water, with large water tank, triangle head to get into corners, Velcro removable mop heads, those socks that fall off are terrible, swivel head that can go flat under surfaces and light weight. It was on the more expensive side but I love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by B00ts View Post
    As in they sell them at Aldi or any type fit it?
    They sell them in Aldi, at $40 it was a bargain. Not available all the time though, you have to wait until they do a special on cleaning supplies.

    The triangular socks/pads simply fit over the head then tighten with draw string. Sorry I don't know if these are interchangeable with other brands, I just use the 2 that came with it. They are good as new after washing in the machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B00ts View Post
    Floading floors don't allow water in them. I just re read our installation manual.
    Looks like you might be right on the floating floors then...
    Fyi Big W sells the H2O floor mop from danoz which has heaps of attachments

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    The euroflex monster is the best beat best! Not cheap though. I had to settle for a kenwood because of money (after using a friends monster) and it's ok but not great. I used to have a bissel and I wasn't impressed.

    We have timber floorboards (not floating) and have never had an issue

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    The black n deccor one is great and worth the money. I used to buy the cheap ones and they are so bad compared to a quality one. If you have a big area to mop it's definitely worth spending the $$.

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    How much are the cheap ones and how much are the expensive ones?
    Am I better to pay a little more for quality or doesn't it work that way?


 

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